He was released from Dartmoor Prison
after four years of his sentence had passed, and given a train ticket back to Liverpool.
The climb is pastoral and pleasant until you reach the outcrop of Haytor when the road plunges into Widecombe, home of Uncle Tom Cobley and All, before climbing on to the bleakest stretch from famous beauty spot Dartmeet to Two Bridges, with Dartmoor prison
etched on the horizon.
1809: Dartmoor Prison
was opened to house French prisoners of war.
One place where Len had a captive audience with his act was Dartmoor Prison
but he doesn't say whether he gave any tips on how to escape to any of the inmates
Our front page told how Dartmoor prison
warders were on high alert after a "squeaker" - or informer - said 12 inmates planned to shoot their way out using three hidden guns.
1806: The foundation stone of Dartmoor prison
in Devon was laid by Thomas Tyrwhitt.
Eddie now enjoys a qui-eter life in a Saltburn retirement home, but after joining the army aged 19 he was in command of 60 convicts from Dartmoor Prison
within a year, pulling people from burning buildings during the blitz.
The prisoners rejected the offer during an incident in hot weather at Dartmoor prison
in Devon on June 19.
Even worse for Scots was to be sent the length of Britain to Dartmoor Prison
, temporarily renamed Princetown Work Centre, with no hope of visits from family.
Drawing on journals written by prisoners, as well as other sources, this work offers an account of the events that occurred during the War of 1812 and the incarceration of thousands of American and French prisoners-of-war in England's Dartmoor Prison
The actor depicted King Dick in Brown's Dartmoor Prison
One of the tastier titbits from the recent breakdown in Government costs is that we're shelling out close on a million smackers a year to rent Dartmoor Prison